Acentia CTO is Finalist for NVTC GovCon CTO Innovator Award

Acentia Chief Technology Officer Chris Chroniger is a finalist in the mid-size company category of the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Government Contractor CTO Innovator Awards.

The award recognizes CTOs within Northern Virginia’s government contracting community for their contributions toward achieving results for their customers and their leadership within their own companies.

“In my mind, there is no better nominee for this award than Chris,” said Acentia CEO Todd Stottlemyer. “He is an exceptional CTO and a powerful leader at the intersection of business and technology in the federal government space.”

Chroniger is leading the Acentia team responsible for designing and implementing a hybrid cloud for the Labor Department.

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